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As bonus from us at the virtual Chang Science Library, here are a few ideas what to do to keep safe and sane while you are trying do schoolwork remotely. Take it or leave it. Or enjoy the pretty pictures.
The original, pre-pandemic guide of print resources aimed to help you find reading material for fun in the collection hosted by Rutgers University Libraries, based on suggestions of students, faculty, and staff on the Cook Campus.
The Summer Tales Book Club was running for three months during the 2020 Summer Session with asynchronous and live discussions, and fun events.
BEWARE! Recreational reading, i.e., reading for fun and mental health also has side effects, such as improving marketable skills for classes and beyond, including searching for information, finding resources, writing papers, and citing scholarly resources.
We strongly believe in the potential of creating virtual communities. A collaboration between Rutgers New Brunswick Libraries and the Office of Academic Programs at the Rutgers School of Biological and Environmental Sciences, our umbrella project, Books We Read, aims to promote reading, libraries, and information literacy with the resources of Rutgers University Libraries.